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Unformatted text preview: 5. For reviews, see Chung, K. H. (1977). Motivational theories and practices. Columbus, OH: Grid; Lawler, E. E., III. (1971). Pay and organizational effectiveness: A psychological view. New York: McGraw-Hill. For a careful study, see Wagner, J. A., III, Rubin, P. A., & Callahan, T. J. (1988). Incentive payment and nonmanagerial productivity: An interrupted time series analysis of magnitude and trend. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 42, 47–74. Locke, E. A., Feren, D. B., McCaleb, V. M., Shaw, K. N., & Denny, A. T. (1980). The relative effectiveness of four methods of motivating employee performance. In K. D. Duncan, M. M. Gruneberg, & D. Wallis (Eds.), Changes in working life. London: Wiley. Fein, M. (1973, September). Work measurement and wage incentives. Industrial Engineering, 49–51. Inspire your team. Success, p. 12; Perry, N.J. (1988, December 19). Here come richer, riskier pay plans. Fortune, 50–58; Sharplin, A. D. (1990). Lincoln Electric Company, 1989. In A. A....
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